The Kings Head, Yoxford in Suffolk, a charming English country pub where our customers come first. We have bucked the modern day trend of closing at 2pm and we are open from 11am all the way through until closing, our kitchen stays open and we serve our entire menu throughout the day and in to the evening.
Local Eateries & Bars
During the summer months it is essential to book ahead. l if you would like to venture further whilst staying with us, we can share our tried and tested places, as we are spoilt for choice and there are so many places to sample delicious local food and drinks. It is best to click on the link below to find one that is suitable for you.
A warm and welcoming atmosphere makes this pub a must for both locals and those lucky enough to stray off the beaten track. We serve quality, locally sourced food and beers straight from the barrel; we are dog friendly and have extensive grounds with views of unspoilt meadows and the charming Suffolk countryside.
At The Westleton Crown, we are passionate about the quality of our food. If there are two words to describe the food, they would be 'hearty' yet 'sophisticated'.
Head Chef, James Finch, and his highly skilled team pride themselves on their imaginative and varied menus which have earned us an AA 2 Rosette restaurant award, as well as a considerable reputation.
A lovely welcoming dog friendly pub set in the beautiful village of Friston, just a short journey away from Snape Maltings and 2.7 miles from the coast at Aldeburgh. Central to Thorpeness, Minsmere, Southwold, Aldeburgh & Snape with lots of attractions in the surrounding areas.
Robert and Johanna Mabey have owned and run Regatta for 26 happy and successful years. Robert who is head chef as well as co-proprietor, trained at the Connaught Hotel and La Gavroche in London before heading back to his roots in East Anglia. Situated in the heart of Aldeburgh high street, we are an independent, family owned and run restaurant. Our aim is to serve honest and seasonal dishes in a friendly and relaxed environment where all are welcome.
Sam and the team at The Lighthouse Restaurant welcome every customer into a relaxed atmosphere which as a result makes them feel at home. In addition to the upstairs and downstairs eating location, the courtyard plays host in the summer months. The Lighthouse Aldeburgh offers unique relaxed approach to eating out, with you dictating the pace of your evening.
Conveniently located on the High Street and only a 1 minute walk to the beach, Prezzo Italian Restaurant Aldeburgh is set in the heart of this lovely seaside town. Guests can relax in the lounge area on comfy sofas before enjoying excellent Italian food in the newly refurbished dining room; large mirrors reflect the light and give this open plan restaurant a light and airy feel.
Horace and Celia Cooney bought the fish and chip shop from Mr Cooper in 1967. Mr Cooper, originally from Yorkshire, taught them to fry in beef dripping. Their son Peter was 11 years old. Trade grew rapidly causing the shop to get bigger and living accommodation smaller. We started with a 2-pan range and have since upgraded to a 4, then 5 and now 6 pan ranges. Eventually the only way to expand was to get another shop.